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    Contra Costa Times: Unsealed court documents shed light on Albany Middle School teacher, suspected molester (Dec 6 2012)

    Former Albany Middle School teacher and coach James Izumizaki exchanged thousands of flirtatious text messages, photos and videos with an underage student while committing lewd and lascivious acts, according to court documents unsealed Thursday. The popular 28-year-old teacher, who killed himself days after his Sept. 26 arrest, open-mouth kissed the student on multiple occasions on the Albany Middle School campus while fondling the victim over clothes, a detective reported in previously secret court affidavits unsealed at the request of this newspaper. That suspected abuse was just the start of "extremely severe" allegations that have not been publicly released, said attorney Bob Wilson, who represents multiple Izumizaki victims.
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    Marin Independent Journal: Unsealed court documents shed light on Albany Middle School teacher, suspected molester (Dec 6 2012)

    The unsealed documents show that on Sept. 25, an Albany Unified School District administrator reported a suspicious matter to the police that "involved a teacher who sent a lot of text messages to a student." The victim and parents gave a report to Albany police that night, and the father told investigators that he had learned information from another parent that led to finding Izumizaki's cellphone number.

    "The father discovered thousands of text messages between the victim and Izumizaki's phone number from May of 2012 to September of 2012. Photos and videos were also sent from Izumizaki's phone number to the victim and vice versa," Albany Detective John Costenbader wrote in the warrants. "Text messages were exchanged at all times of the day which included some as late as (12:21 a.m.) and (3:21 a.m.)"

    The father also found that the victim was listed as a friend on Izumizaki's Facebook page, along with at least three other Albany Middle School students. When the father confronted the victim, the victim said Izumizaki started texting while the victim attended Albany Middle School and that he sent similar texts to a friend, too. The father found other text messages between the victim and someone defending Izumizaki. "The victim was being told by (redacted) to say that (redacted) lied and that nothing happened," Costenbader wrote.
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    Contra Costa Times: Albany: Police conclude investigation in teacher James Izumizaki's molestation case (Mar 13 2013)

    Former Albany Middle School teacher James Izumizaki engaged in sexual activity with two juvenile students and also took unlawful voyeuristic videos of adults and juveniles, the chief of police said Wednesday, concluding a nearly six-month investigation that split the East Bay city. The Alameda County Coroner also released its autopsy on the popular 28-year-old teacher and coach, finding he committed suicide Oct. 1 by hanging himself with a necktie in the back seat of his car, parked outside his brother's San Lorenzo home. Two suicide notes were found expressing thoughts of sorrow and depression and giving thanks for his family's support during his legal troubles, the report concluded.

    Meanwhile, anattorney representing both students said the families are preparing to file claims against the district.

    Daily Breeze: Albany: Police conclude investigation in teacher James Izumizaki's molestation case (Mar 13 2013)

    Mercury News: Albany: Police conclude investigation in teacher James Izumizaki's molestation case (Mar 13 2013)

    Inside Bay Area: Albany: Police conclude investigation in teacher James Izumizaki's molestation case (Mar 13 2013)
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    KTVU: Investigation finds Albany teacher was guilty of sex with juvenile students (Mar 13 2013)

    Albany Police released a report to the school district Wednesday that said there was "incontrovertible" evidence that a former middle school teacher engaged in sexual acts with two students before he killed himself last year ... Besides witness testimonies, police say he left behind photos and videos on his computers that support the allegations of abuse. Albany Police executed nine search warrants, analyzed data extracted from seven cellular telephones and four personal computers and conducted over 30 interviews,” wrote McQuiston. “As I have previously said, it was important to recover as much of the digital evidence as possible to protect the victims and prevent it from being perpetually obtainable via the Internet; I believe we were successful in this regard.” In addition, police say Izumizaki surreptitiously made sex videos of juveniles and adults, and possessed child pornography unrelated to the investigation.
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    CBS 8: Police: Calif teacher had sex with students (Mar 14 2013)

    Police say a California teacher who committed suicide had sex with two students and also took voyeuristic videos of adults and kids. The Contra Costa Times reports (http://bit.ly/WJuurC) Thursday that police discovered 28-year-old James Izumizaki had a sexual relationship with students over a six-month span last year. Izumizaki was arrested in late September and days later he killed himself by hanging himself with a necktie in his car.

    Press Democrat: Police: Bay Area teacher who killed himself had sex with students (Mar 14 2013)

    Go Erie: Police: Calif teacher had sex with students (Mar 14 2013)

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